New year, new look

New uniform at CCGS

School uniform plays an important role in creating a sense of identity and pride among students and the community.

Following a comprehensive design and development phase, a new academic uniform has been created for students in K to 9. The 2022 new school year will see Junior and Middle School students start wearing the new designs. K to 12 sport uniform and 10 to 12 academic uniform is unchanged.

The CCGS uniform has evolved over the 36 years since the School’s foundation in 1985. Our goal was to review the overall look of the uniform and the needs of students and families in today’s learning environment.

New uniform at CCGS includes mix and match pieces

Jane Parker, a co-founder of Country Road Australia, has created fresh, light, memorable designs that reflect the best of our traditions. The natural environment of our campus and our location on the Central Coast were the inspiration for the designs. Core elements create a distinctive and refined visual identity for our students. Mix and match pieces are trans-seasonal, making the uniform more practical as seasons change, with more choice for students. 

P&F President Lana King said, “As a past student myself I think it is a lovely fresh take on our original uniform. The family of uniforms grows with the child - from play based minis to playful youths and growing teens.”

Variety of school uniform options give student flexibility

CCGS has partnered with Midford School Uniforms to manufacture and retail all uniform items moving forward. A new uniform shop has been opened on the site of the old Year 12 study. Staff are ready to welcome you in-store to explore the new uniform.